This is the WNEO First Nations Experience (FNX) TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Cleveland/Columbus Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|6:00 AM||The AUX |
Music videos showcasing artists from Native American and indigenous cultures around the world.
|7:00 AM||The Human Effect |
Mankind's mistreatment of the Earth is examined.
|8:30 AM||California Pow Wow |
The emotional and dramatic underpinnings of Native Americans in this modern age.
|9:00 AM||Fish Out of Water |
Don and Dawn travel to the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta to explore the ways of the Aseniwuche Winewak nation.
|9:30 AM||Wassaja |
Looking into how the Ojibwe 'spirit writing' end up on the Standing Rock.
|10:00 AM||Teepee Time |
Teepee learns how to ride a bike; and meets a friend.
|10:30 AM||Lakota Berenstain Bears |
A Lakota-language version of the children's series about two young bears and the life lessons they learn.
|11:15 AM||Little J and Big Cuz |
Indigenous Australian children Little J and Big Cuz go through the ups and downs of the playground and classroom. Together, they embark on exciting adventures as they learn new lessons.
|11:30 AM||Yamba's Playtime |
Jacinta and Yamba get into the bottom of their lost honey cake batter.
|12:00 PM||Frybread Flats |
Learn the Cheyenne word for "my grandfather," along with additional Cheyenne phrases.
|1:00 PM||Coyote's Crazy Smart Science Show |
How to create a sunset.
|1:30 PM||Cooking With the Wolfman |
A program on aboriginal food preparation.
|2:00 PM||Cooking Hawaiian Style |
|2:30 PM||Fit First |
The scale reveals whether or not the four participants have met their fitness goals.
|3:00 PM||Dust & Bones |
Examines problems surrounding the preservation and re-dedication of First Nations artifacts, burial sites, and remains through the POV of archaeological consultant Harold Joe.
|4:00 PM||Children of the Desert |
The plateaus in Chihuahua, Mexico serves as the home for Tarahumaras, that are still strongly connected to their traditions.
|4:30 PM||Vitality Gardening |
Host Coleen Rajotte learns how to plant a garden the way her Cree and Métis ancestors did with help from Audrey Logan, who shows her how to build a mound-style garden to grow corn, beans and squash.
|5:00 PM||Urban Native Girl |
Lisa explores the issues of cultural appropriation in the fashion industry that some find offensive. Interviews with writer Kim Wheeler, artist Erika Iserhoff and designer Sage Paul are featured.
|5:30 PM||People of the Pines |
The Serrano people's relationships with nature and other tribes is examined. Jerry Paresa narrates.
|6:00 PM||Making Regalia |
Guest host Terra Houska shows how to construct baby moccasins out of pigskin leather.
|6:30 PM||Future History |
Archaeologist-artist Kris Nahrgang, and dancer-activist Sarain Carson Fox share their personal origin stories and talk about where they are at in their own journey of identity.
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